Theofilos Salonidis

Theofilos Salonidis

Θεσσαλονίκη / Thessaloniki - Greece / Αρχαιολόγος Archaeologist
Theofilos Salonidis
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Belgian print: complete set of 9 values imperforate plus 40l.+50l. perf. 11 1/2 in u/m bl.4. One 1dr stamp m. (trace) the rest SUPERB. RRR. (Hellas 61/67+70/71).

Belgian print: complete set of 9 values imperforate plus 40l.+50l. perf. 11 1/2 in u/m bl.4. One 1dr stamp m. (trace) the rest SUPERB. RRR. (Hellas 61/67+70/71).

Complete set of 58 values (9 partial sets),m. (Hellas 398/455).

Complete set of 58 values (9 partial sets),m. (Hellas 398/455).

1901 Fl.Mercury, complete set of 14 values in bl.4. From the 1l. to the 1dr. on thin paper, additionally the rest of the values (total 18 bl.4), m. and u/m. (Hellas 170A/180A + 181/183).

1901 Fl.Mercury, complete set of 14 values in bl.4. From the 1l. to the 1dr. on thin paper, additionally the rest of the values (total 18 bl.4), m. and u/m. (Hellas 170A/180A + 181/183).

30l.yellow-brown in marginal BLOCK OF 4.Large margins (Ηellas 45f).Extremely rare in multiple (only TWO BLOCKS known)

30l.yellow-brown in marginal BLOCK OF 4.Large margins (Ηellas 45f).Extremely rare in multiple (only TWO BLOCKS known)

80l. 1923 Litho, var double impression, 1 inverted, m. (trace). Only 2 copies known to exist

80l. 1923 Litho, var double impression, 1 inverted, m. (trace). Only 2 copies known to exist

1913 Campaign of 1912, compl.set of 17 values, m. (Hellas 340/355).

1913 Campaign of 1912, compl.set of 17 values, m. (Hellas 340/355).

Corinthian helmet from the tomb of Denda. From a Greek workshop in South Italy, 500–490 BC. Wikipedia: The Corinthian helmet originated in ancient Greece and took its name from the city-state of Corinth. It was a helmet made of bronze which in its later styles covered the entire head and neck, with slits for the eyes and mouth. A large curved projection protected the nape of the neck. It also protected the cheek bones, which Greeks adored.

Corinthian helmet from the tomb of Denda. From a Greek workshop in South Italy, 500–490 BC. Wikipedia: The Corinthian helmet originated in ancient Greece and took its name from the city-state of Corinth. It was a helmet made of bronze which in its later styles covered the entire head and neck, with slits for the eyes and mouth. A large curved projection protected the nape of the neck. It also protected the cheek bones, which Greeks adored.

20dr 1947 Dodecanese union in full sheet of 50, u/m. Var."IMPERFORATE". (Hellas 679a).

20dr 1947 Dodecanese union in full sheet of 50, u/m. Var."IMPERFORATE". (Hellas 679a).

ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΔΙΟΙΚΗΣΙΣ ovpt in red (read. up), set of 13 values (5dr is missing), u/m. (Hellas 271/280+283/284-3060E).

ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΔΙΟΙΚΗΣΙΣ ovpt in red (read. up), set of 13 values (5dr is missing), u/m. (Hellas 271/280+283/284-3060E).